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    Exercise and TTC
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    livelaughmoe posted:
    I have been continuing to exercise (kickboxing, running), is this OK on baby dancing days, or can that prevent the sperm from finding its way?
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    BabyParks responded:
    no if you were already exercising before then you will be fine. I did this before I had my DS and all the way until he was born and it was fine. I ran until the day before I had him. Just wish I would do that now....I am so out of shape now. Got to get back to it as soon as this surgery heals up! Baby dust to you! Just make sure hubby doesn't take hot shower or baths. That can prevent sperm from making it there but other than that you are fine!


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